Archive | November, 2012

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Sami Jo’s Birthday Present

By Thomas Sellers Jr. National Signing Day in the fall always starts on the second Wednesday in November. Most student/athletes can wait to hold their ceremony at their high schools to sign their national letters of intent. But the long-awaited moment for Munford’s Sami Jo Schulz was delayed a day. Schulz couldn’t resist holding her […]

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Youth Deer Season

By Josh McGowan Oh the serenity of Mark Twain’s forest, nestled in a ground blind on a hillside above a zigzagging gully in a deafening silence, surrounded by dry leaves six inches thick, with a gentle, precarious breeze swirling about. God’s creation in all its’ luster, it just puts a calming peace in your soul, […]

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These Chores Are Killing Me

By Otis Griffin At one time in history, youngsters performed their chores (jobs) everyday regardless of age.  As any good ole country redneck can relate to the phrase, “git outta ’at bed an’ rattle ’em pots an’ pans.”  For city slickers that have been under the root cellar all their life and don’t know the […]

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Suspect arrested in St. William Fire

Star Staff Reports A 28-year-old man is charged with the arson of St. William Church from Wednesday morning. Johnny Rivera was taken into custody within 12 hours of the fire on separate charges, but he is now charged with the crime. Millington Police believe Rivera was inside St. William’s Catholic Church at the time of […]

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Tort Reform Caps in Tennessee

By David Peel If you are severely injured in Tennessee due to the fault of another person, you know you have a right to pursue a legal claim, or sue in a lawsuit to recover compensation for your serious disabling injuries and your pain and suffering. Even if you are not the type naturally drawn […]

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Public Safety November 29

Police Reports Arrests November 15 – 47-year-old Millington woman charged with theft of property – conduct involving merchandise. November 16 – 33-year-old Munford man charged with driving under the influence of intoxicant, driving while license suspended/cancelled/revoked, violation of financial responsibility law, following too closely and reckless driving; 51-year-old Memphis man charged with driving under the influence of […]

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Calendar of Events November 29

Morrie’s Gift to St. Jude Sisters Cathey Burness MacNeill and Karen Burness Madill had a fundraiser for St. Jude @ Morrie’s Tavern (Jan McGovern owner) on Oct. 27. The group raised money by having a chinese auction, selling St. Jude T-shirts, cutest bartender baby picture contest,selling lunch plates, and St. Jude pinups.DJ Rick West and […]

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Bank robbery suspect turns himself into Millington Police

Star Staff Reports The suspect in a bank robbery earlier this month turned himself in to police last Wednesday. The robbery occurred at the InSouth Bank on Highway 51 North on Nov. 13. The suspect, came in posing as a customer, then indicated he had a weapon and demanded money from a teller. He left […]

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Munford High teacher passes

Star Staff Reports Munford High School English teacher Peggy Green was found dead on the sidewalk behind Munford Elementary around noon Sunday. According to Tipton County director of schools Dr. Buddy Bibb, the Munford Police Department said there was no sign of foul play. Bibb said Green fed some stray cats behind the school where […]

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Christmas Parade set for Saturday

By Thomas Sellers Jr. This Saturday the 2012 Millington Christmas Parade will be held at 3 p.m. The parade begins at Bill Knight and Newport, continuing north on Newport, right onto Navy Road, then right onto Church Street, and right onto Bill Knight. There is a theme for each year’s event, which annually features more […]

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